Yesterday it was warm enough to paint outside! I had a lovely few hours in the garden. The birdsong of the day was pure pleasure to my ears. Ireland has been cold for a few weeks, so after all the recent frost and ice, I relished observing the beauty of the thaw. Jewels of moisture…… Continue reading Old magazines, paint, and new ideas.
Flowing river, the moon, and sewing.
Recently I visited the town that I grew up in. My son was in Ireland for a visit, and as we strolled by the river I saw that the chestnut trees planted in my childhood had become green giants. It was a beautiful and uplifting sight. On the bridge, from a height, I could appreciate…… Continue reading Flowing river, the moon, and sewing.
Loving colour on the cusp of Summer
SUNRISE SERENADE This morning, not long after sunrise, I took a photo of my latest artwork on the grass outside while listening to birdsong. Bliss! This piece was stARTed in 2020. I stopped working on it for a while to prepare for ‘Solas’ (my Imbolc exhibition of photography and poetry), then finally completed it lately.…… Continue reading Loving colour on the cusp of Summer